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Diné travels to Palestine to see situation for herself

Everyone remembers Annie Wauneka and what she meant to the Navajo people. But Mae Chee Castillo is only a distant memory to most.

Acceptance to Naval Academy is to influence others, says senior

The 2018 Gathering of Nations has ended, but for Taylor Susan, the newly crowned Miss Indian World, the tour has just begun. She won the pageant in a closely scored competition with the 29 other hopefuls.

Diné fancy shawl dancer bests older girls

Sisters take first, second place at Navajo Nation bee

When Amy Mitchell was nine years old her mother, Charlene Mitchell, asked her if there was an instrument that she wanted to learn.

A Navajo student graduated early from Window Rock High School, but college brought a whole new challenge and pitted his skills against a deadly scourge of his people – cancer.

The Navajo Times names Amber Kanazbah Crotty as the 2017 Person of the Year, a title of acknowledgement for the person who embodies what was important about the year – for better or for worse.

Diné sushi chef inspired by mother, grandmother